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    Can cream of potato soup be frozen?

    Karen From Colorado
    Sat Aug 13, 2005 7:01 pm
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    Has anyone ever done this before?

    I made a huge pot last Thrusday night but my daughter has been out of town for the last 11 days. It was only me for dinner and now I have so much left and I can't eat it all so quickly. It is impossible to make homemade soup for one icon_rolleyes.gif I guess I should have bought a can of something, but I really wanted my homemade potato soup at the time.
    saylaveev
    Sat Aug 13, 2005 10:59 pm
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    I have made and frozen potato soup before. It worked out well. I didn't leave it frozen for longer than 1 month... partly because once I know its there I just can't deny it.

    I freeze it in containers that are just enough for me to eat. As my DH can't have it because of the dairy I put in it.. he also doesn't really like it.
    * Pamela *
    Sun Aug 14, 2005 9:53 am
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    I would think you could as I have seen it in many OAMC cookbooks. I would freeze it in individual containers, and don't forget to label them before you freeze. icon_wink.gif

    Tish says Emeril Lagasse's Potato, Onion & Roquefort Soup freezes well.

    PS when you try it could you let us know how it worked icon_biggrin.gif
    Karen From Colorado
    Mon Aug 15, 2005 9:34 pm
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    Thanks guys. I froze it and then thawed a small bowl to see if I wanted to keep the rest in the freezer or toss it. It seems to work fine. My potato soup is a little thick when I make it and freezing it made it a little thinner (maybe the ice crystals added more liquid to the soup itself on defrosting) then it was when it was fresh made, but it is still tasty. The consistancy of the potatoes is a little different, but not in a bad way. Just a little different is all. It is still delicious soup and we will use it.
    * Pamela *
    Mon Aug 15, 2005 9:41 pm
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    Thanks Karen! Do you have a link to the recipe??? icon_wink.gif
    Karen From Colorado
    Fri Aug 19, 2005 8:16 pm
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    sorry for the delay.

    Why yes I do icon_lol.gif

    Easy Creamy Potato Soup
    Tish
    Fri Aug 19, 2005 8:22 pm
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    Hey Karen, if you were to add your freeze and reheat instructions on your recipe we could add it to OAMC icon_biggrin.gif
    * Pamela *
    Fri Aug 19, 2005 11:56 pm
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    Karen From Colorado wrote:
    sorry for the delay.

    Why yes I do icon_lol.gif

    Easy Creamy Potato Soup


    Thanks! icon_biggrin.gif
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